Feedback: Very good help & advice on the product. Delivery on time & installation excellent. Excellent product. Very well made. Much better looking than a 'standard' shed. Even has a 5 lever lock on the door.
Response:Thanks for your favourable feedback. I'm pleased we were able to meet your requirements and that your new shed met your expectations. Regards Robin
The garden shed is an important part of the British culture and is a very well loved possession as it is can be 'jack of all trades' as well as being 'master of one'. And that is why it is so popular. Whatever you want your garden shed to be - it can be. Whether it's used as a dumping ground for all those 'keep just in case' items or keeping dry all the garden items such as gardening tools, tables & chairs for the garden. Or even as a dedicated workshop where you can indulge in your hobby to your heart's content.
Some of our great writers, notably Roald Dahl, used the garden shed as an haven of peace and quiet where they can be creative and let their wonderfully crafted stories come to life. There are many garden shed owners inspired to create a drinking room or mini pub where they can share many hours with their friends. And the beauty of this is that, at least for the shed owner, you don't have to drive home - they can just stagger up the garden.
You will find that shed owners enthuse about the calmness of being in their sheds, they enjoy the time away from the stresses of daily life - so much so that a shed must be seen as a boost to the health of the UK. Perhaps doctors should be able to prescribe a garden shed for everybody from 1st Choice on the NHS as this will help our inner souls.
It is believed that their are over 11 million garden sheds in the UK proving that Britain is the epicentre of garden sheds owners. And it's a fact that the average shed owner will spend more time in their shed than being in work. So clearly the humble garden shed does belongs to GREAT Britain
Even where there is little space for gardens at ground level there are attempts to utilise whatever space is available and this is highlighted in Leeds. On a roof garden on top of Candle House, a residential tower on the Granary Wharf development, you are able to find garden sheds, hammocks for relaxing and an array of plants. This development which is a diverse community abutting the water front is seen as celebration of urban gardening.
A talk by Martin Wainwright, who is the editor of the local newspaper, about his own creation of flowers at his family home was held recently. Also John Thorp, a Leeds civic architect, also spoke about these urban gardens and also his plans for the Holbeck Urban Village. These plans set out to increase the standard of sustainable developments as well as creating over 5000 creative media jobs.
He was quoted as saying that 'splashes of natural beauty were quietly and gradually being created in the area'. Also nearby gardening fans from Holbeck were preparing for the Yorkshire in Bloom competition which is run by the Royal Horticultural Society. This contest aims to encourage gardening in the community throughout communal areas, allotments and front gardens.